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The correct (political) answer is that your should ALWAYS replace power cords.
Today's computers power supplies have two parts, the wall plug, 3 prong, and the transformer with the "PORT" plug for the laptop.
The 1st part, you can buy new or a qualified technician can splice out the bad part.
The second part, is usually a DC (direct Current) cable with special grounds and insulation. The molding that houses the electrical wires is not accessible to consumers for that very reason. If you have to bend the cable to make the connection, then the plug is clearly defective and SHOULD be replace. In a pinch, depending on how far the break is on the plug, it might too be spliced.
Replace it as soon as possible.
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
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